(MEmo) Did you know SM’s BIGGEST Hits were produced by THIS team?
It is no surprise that SM has some of the best producers working on their music, the company and their artists have released some of the most iconic tracks in the entire genre, but did you know that Grammy Award-winning production-songwriting team, “The Stereotypes” has produced music for the company since 2013?
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Yes, In addition to their full discography of American hits (including hits for Cardi B, Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars, Chris Brown, and Fifth Harmony) The Stereotypes has produced songs for a variety of SM Artists since 2013.
The SM artists they have produced for include, SHINee, BoA, SUPER JUNIOR, Taemin, EXO, (f)X, NCT 127, Taeyeon, Seohyun, NCT, Baekhyun, and NCT DREAM.
The tracks that The Stereotypes have worked on have become some of the most genre-defining hits and tracks in K-Pop! Some of their most successful K-Pop songs include:
- “Tender Love” EXO
- “Heaven” EXO
- “XYZ” Girls Generation
- “Lonely Love” Seohyun
- “Sweet Love” Taehyun
- “Traveller” (f)x
- “Devil” SUPER JUNIOR
- “Good Love” SUPER JUNIOR
- “Back 2 U (AM 01:27)” NCT 127
- “Whiplash” NCT 127
- “Odd Eye” SHINee
- “Lock You Down” SHINEE
- “Press Your Number” Taemin
- “TRANSFORMER” EXO
- “City 127” NCT 127
- “Love Song” NCT 127
- “Go” NCT
- “Light Bulb” NCT U
- “1,2,3” NCT DREAM
- “Betcha” Baekhyun
- “Kiss My Lips” BoA
- “I Don’t Mind” BoA
…among countless others
“Behind countless hits for some of music’s biggest superstars, you’ll find The Stereotypes. The highly coveted, GRAMMY® Award-winning, multiplatinum Los Angeles production and songwriting team—Jonathan Yip, Ray Romulus, Jeremy Reeves, and Charm—quietly cast a palpable influence over pop, hip-hop, and R&B, architecting the backbone of one successive smash after another.
(…) It was then that the group decided to expand their artistry into K-Pop, working on songs like Super Junior’s “Devil,” BoA’s “Kiss My Lips,” and Taemin’s “Press Your Number.” The work was a major turning point for the four-piece and began a steady upswing for them. “Without a doubt, K-pop saved us,” says Jon.
“When people hear our music, we don’t want them to walk away,” Ray concludes. “We want them to dance and be a part of what we created. We hope they feel what we were feeling. Most importantly, we want them to have a great time.”” The Stereotypes Official Website
Which songs were you most surprised to hear were produced by The Stereotypes?